Honestly I'm still learning things as well. Just try and find some tutorials on the internet to see how the program works. And after that, you can learn to animate things by trying stuff out and carefully watching other animations and learn different styles and basics.
Howdy there! There's something I'd like to ask you, and it's very important. I don't mean to sound a bit pushy when say this, but there's a big summer project for bronies who are good at animation, and we're in need of quite a lot of animators for an hour long movie based off of a very popular fan-fiction we're making (no, it's not a horror story. It's Rated E, we swear). I'm not asking a lot from you, but I'd like to know if you'd maybe be interested in being an animator for the summer and join our growing animation team? If you're going to be busy with a bunch of other stuff, then you don't have to accept our offer. We're just a little desperate on finding decent animators out there, and you're definitely one we'd just love to have on the team. Thank you for actually taking the time to read this, I know many other people wouldn't!
when you saved the GIF file whatever program you used made the transparent pixels solid and it left a white color around the edges... in most of the advanced settings for animation GIF's you can tell it to make them a certain color it would have been better to make it the same blue that dash is outlined in.
not really since the mane is outlined in a blue too if you do another pony with 2 different outline colors pick a dark one like black and it won't be noticeable white rely stands out and makes it clear the outline was made solid.